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Соловей мой, соловей

Language: Russian (Русский)

Соловей мой, соловей,
Голосистый соловей!
Ты куда, куда летишь,
Где всю ночку пропоешь?
[ Соловей мой, соловей,
Голосистый соловей!]1

Кто-то, бедная, как я,
Ночь прослушает тебя,
Не смыкаючи очей,
Утопаючи в слезах?
[ Соловей мой, соловей,
Голосистый соловей!]1

Ты лети, мой соловей,
Хоть за тридевять земель,
Хоть за синие моря,
На чужие берега;
Соловей мой, соловей,
Голосистый соловей!

Побывай во всех странах,
В деревнях и городах:
Не найти тебе нигде
Горемычнее меня.
[ Соловей мой, соловей,
Голосистый соловей!]1

[ У меня ли у младой
Дорог жемчуг на груди,
У меня ли у младой
Жар-колечко на руке,
У меня ли у младой
В сердце маленький дружок. 

В день осенний на груди
Крупный жемчуг потускнел,
В зимню ночку на руке
Распаялося кольцо,
А как нынешней весной
Разлюбил меня милой. ]2


Translation(s): ENG

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Musical settings (art songs, Lieder, mélodies, (etc.), choral pieces, and other vocal works set to this text), listed by composer (not necessarily exhaustive)

Available translations, adaptations, and transliterations (if applicable):

  • ENG English (Emily Ezust) , title 1: "Nightingale", copyright © 2004


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Nightingale

Language: English after the Russian (Русский)

My nightingale, nightingale
Sweet-voiced nightingale!
To where are you flying?
Where will you sing all night?
My nightingale, nightingale
Sweet-voiced nightingale!

Will some other unfortunate maiden like me
Listen to you tonight,
Unable to close her eyes,
Drowning in tears?
My nightingale, nightingale
Sweet-voiced nightingale!

You fly, my nightingale,
over thirty-nine lands
over blue seas
to foreign shores;
My nightingale, nightingale
Sweet-voiced nightingale!

Travel through every country,
Through villages, through towns:
You will not find anywhere
Someone more unhappy than I!
My nightingale, nightingale
Sweet-voiced nightingale!

















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  • Translation from Russian (Русский) to English copyright © 2004 by Emily Ezust

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Based on
  • a text in Russian (Русский) by Anton Antonovich Delvig (1798 - 1831), "Русская песня", first published 1825
      • This text was set to music by the following composer(s): Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Aliabev. Go to the text.

 

Text added to the website: 2004-06-26.
Last modified: 2014-06-16 10:02:08
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